Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Bulbous Creation - You won't remember dying 1970


Yes more great underground Heavy Psych. This time Bulbous Creation - You won't remember dying from 1970 (Rockadelic). This album is another personal favorite. You get great acid lead guitar in class with Garcia or Cipolina and warm heavy, dusty underground sound with a eerie dark edge. Some great gems of this album are opener "End of the page", "Having a good time", the Heavy Psych monsterpiece "Let's go to the sea" and the incredible acid psych version of "Stormy Monday" which has some of the best psychedelic clear tone lead guitar ever recorded. The sheer variation, the musical quality and underground production make this album a true keeper. A desert Island record if there ever was one. Have a quality psychedelic experience with this beloved gem. Please share your views on this album.

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Guitarist Allen Lewis R.I.P


17 comments:

  1. Certainly the best album issued on Rockadelic.And when we think this album never been issued on cd;never mastered and of course never remastered,incredible.

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  2. I agree with you

    The whole feel of the album is incredible. The guitarist has a personal style I just love.

    Thanks for ya comment.

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  3. Missed it the first time, gotta hear it now! Just look at that cover!

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  4. Excellent album; thanks so much for posting this!

    Steven

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  6. Amazing heavy, dark rock from Kansas City, MO. Recorded at Cavern Sound Studio. No frills. I believe the band financed this recording. People remember seeing them at the hip Cowtown Ballroom in the early 70's. Made a good impression I'd say. Give this a listen people, it's good stuff!

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  7. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS WHAT IN MY PERSONAL AND HUMBLE OPINION IS A JEWEL.ONE MORE OF THE UNDERRATED ALBUMS OF THE DECADE AND IT GOES...THANKS AGAIN AND GREETINGS FROM TEZIUTLÁN,PUEBLA,MÉXICO.

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  8. Um belo som mesmo, e incrivel o que essa banda faz.

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  9. I played in a band with lead guitarist Allen Lewis. We all grew up in the Chouteau Housing Project. May he rest in peace, having died of a heart attack I understand.

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    1. This is Alan's son, Erik. He actually died of esophageal cancer in 1998. I still have the original LP of this album and many reel to reel tapes of later stuff with Creation. I was going to put together a tribute band called Re-Creation, but life has a way of getting in the way.

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    2. Please get in touch I know a lot of people who could assist you with your ambitions. I'm a big fan of Allens guitar style R.I.P talented brother

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  10. This James Wine. Bass player of Bulbous Creation, later Creation. Still reside in KC Mo. I'm playing on tracks 1,2,3,5,8. We were a 3 piece band. Member during this time frame are: Paul Parkinson,Al Lewis, Chuck Horstmann & myself.

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    1. Great to finally find members of this band Thank you enormously for your great musoc RIP Allen

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  11. Allen is my uncle. And erik could easily be able to make a tribute band. He is just as talented as his dad but like he said... life has a way about things.

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